During the 2020/21 autumn semester, only students, lecturers and staff of Corvinus University may visit the library in person, observing the following safety measures
- Mask-wearing is mandatory throughout the library.
- Be careful to keep a social distance of 1,5 m.
- Only study spaces with a chair may be used in reading rooms and e-labs.
- The chairs cannot be taken elsewhere
- Use the hand sanitizers, especially before and after using self-service checkout and IT equipment
- Returned library books will now be quarantined for 3 days
According to the No: 44/2020. (VIII. 06.) Provision of the Presidential Committee, there is currently no access to the Library reading rooms for external members. The library will temporarily not accept new registrations, and it is also not possible to extend memberships that expired before March 1, 2020.
Upon request, the Library will extend Borrower Cards expiring after March 1, 2020 either until December 31, 2020, or by adding the period lost due to the coronavirus. Readers can choose the most favourable option.
External readers with a valid Borrower Card can borrow by filling out an online form. The maximum number of volumes which can be borrowed at the same time is 8. Books requested during the library's opening hours can be picked up the next day at the 1st floor service point. Books not collected will not be stored, the claim will be cancelled.
To return books, please use the drop box in front of the library entrance. Returned library books will now be quarantined for 3 days
Corvinus Library offers thesis writing and consultation sessions in the autumn semester again. Participants will pick up skills in the following fields: finding relevant sources, using efficient document search techniques. You can deepen your knowledge in the field of references and information will be provided about the use of Urkund text-recognition system at CUB. Writing tips and hints will help you to make a proper and stylish thesis. Trainings and consultations will be held online through Teams, please register with your Corvinus e-mail address.
What’s new in MarketLine? If you are interested in the latest developments of MarketLine business database, come to this Zoom-meeting.
Time: 30 September, 2020, 1.30 p.m.
Save the date, see you at the webinar.
You are finished with writing the first draft of your term paper/thesis/abstract/journal article, but you feel something is still missing and there is room for improvement? Join one of our consultation sessions aimed at members of the Corvinus community and receive personalized expert advice on how to further improve your paper in terms of structure, style, language and formatting. Participants are encouraged to bring drafts of their ongoing writing projects. More information and registration
Need some help with your term paper, BA/MA/PhD thesis or research paper? Join our new Academic Writing Training! This 4-part training for members of the Corvinus community will help you become better at communicating your ideas in writing in an academic setting, whether at undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate level. For more information and registration please click here.
Trial access is available for WoS Incites database until 7 October. Incites Benchmarking and Analysis database is a research evaluation tool, it analyzes institutional productivity, monitors collaboration activity.
To access the database please register in WoS, clicking on Incites. If you have already created an account for any other services of WoS (e.g. Kopernio, Endnote), you can use the same data for Incites.
All Corvinus students are entitled to use the services of the Library. To visit the Library and to borrow books you’ll need a Library Card. You can pick up your Library Card at the Service Point on the 1st floor. (Bring along your ID card or passport.) You are to pay a fee of1000- HUF onthrough your Neptun account after receiving you card.
HeinOnline is a database of legal documents. It consists of several parts, with the contents of over two thousand legal journals, classic works of law, a collection of UN legal documents, and the constitutions of the world's states. The database is accessible until 31 December, 2020 from the University's network and via VPN.